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We’re excited to open for the 2024 season this weekend! Our tours, programs, Farm Barn, walking trails and Inn and restaurant offer the opportunity to explore our working farm campus and enjoy the beauty of this place. Come see us this season on the farm!

Plan your visit to Shelburne Farms.

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Adapting Our Practices to Changing Weather

We asked our Market Garden, Dairy, and Woodlands managers, "How are you responding to the unpredictable weather patterns brought on by climate change?"

See their responses
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Discover the Wondrous World of Pollinators

Tips on introducing kids to native pollinators, and how we can each take actions to support them.

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We Can't Do It Without You!

To share this campus year-round — to maintain the trails, care for and feed the animals, offer authentic farm experiences — it requires tremendous resources. For that, we depend on your charitable support and generosity.

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Upcoming Programs

Saturday, May 18, 9:00AM–12:00PM:

Spring Forest Bathing with Nature Connection Guide

Thursday, June 6, 5:30–7:30PM:

What Kind of Ancestor Do You Want to Be? with John Hausdoerffer Ph.D.

Thursday, June 6, 6–7:30PM:

Community Farming & Grassland Birds: A Local Conservation Strategy

Tuesday, June 11, 6–8:00PM:

Coming Home: Discovering Oneself in the Family Legacy with Lacretia Johnson Flash

Tuesday, June 18, 4:30–6:00PM:

The Art & Science of Herbal Tea with Spoonful Herbals

See our full calendar of events

Shelburne Farms is an education nonprofit on a mission to inspire and cultivate learning for a sustainable future through its programs, place, and products.

We offer transformative learning experiences to help educators, students, overnight guests, and visitors create a more thriving world. Home to the Institute for Sustainable Schools, our historic campus is a 1,400-acre diversified farm located on the homelands of the Winooskik band of the Abenaki.

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